The Network supports libraries, museums, archives, galleries and other cultural and heritage organisations (as well as individuals) who are working to tackle social exclusion and towards social justice.

Libraries and Sanctuary

Published by Facet in Nov 2022, "Libraries and Sanctuary draws on John Vincent's decades of work in libraries and social exclusion to provide this guide for anyone seeking to create an inclusive and welcoming library community for new arrivals." Further details on the Facet Publishing website.
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Relaunched in 2019, the Reading Sight website from Share the Vision includes: Reading Sight

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This archive has been deposited at the Bishopsgate Institute; further information about its scope, and the catalogue, are available online.

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“This project was a collaboration between Essex Libraries and Shared Intelligence, with funding provided by Arts Council England. It was designed...

“Glamorgan Archives has produced this guide to assist researchers with the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history in...

“The MARCH Network is one of 8 new national networks funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) as part of the 2018...

Thanks to the Prison Libraries Group for permission to reprint this report here – it was written by Linda Collins....

“NDACA is the first archive in the world to offer a major retrospective of disabled people’s art and activism. The...

British Library resource: “From the 1500s to today, this site charts the struggles for love, identity and legislative change faced...

Sue Williamson, the Arts Council England Director, Libraries and Birmingham, looks at “[…] how the libraries we have welcomed into our...

The aims of the evaluation were to: “Provide an overview of activities undertaken by individual projects, highlighting major themes. Provide...

“This framework has been developed to help museums understand and improve their participatory practice and community engagement. Its aim is to provide benchmarks of...

Comment article by David Fleming (Professor of Public History at Liverpool Hope University and the former director of National Museums...